Review: Statin Nation by Justin Smith

Posted by on Nov 16, 2017 in Health and Well-Being | 0 comments

Title: Statin Nation Author: Justin Smith Publisher: Chelsea Green Publishing Buy from Amazon Health is an industry and pharmaceutical companies run a highly profitable business. That profit depends on what Justin Smith, the writer of Statin Nation calls ‘disease mongering’ — keeping individuals in a state of anxiety about their future ill-health and exploiting their fear of death. Going through this book will make the readers...

Read More

Review: A Clinician’s Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving: Reflections on Abuse, C-PTSD and Reclamation by Rev. Sheri Heller

Posted by on Nov 7, 2017 in Health and Well-Being, Non-fiction | 0 comments

Title: A Clinician's Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving: Reflections on Abuse, C-PTSD and Reclamation Author: Rev. Sheri Heller LCSW Publisher: Independently published Buy from Amazon Rev. Sheri Heller’s A Clinician’s Journey from Complex Trauma to Thriving is not a dry treatise on psychotherapy. The author is a practising psychotherapist and the book is a collection of articles on issues such as complex trauma, child...

Read More

Review: What is Fat For? By Ignatius Brady

Posted by on Jul 12, 2016 in Health and Well-Being, Non-fiction | 0 comments

Title: What is Fat For? Author: Ignatius Brady Genre: Science, health, mind and body Publisher: Ignatius Brady Pages: 163 The main thesis of Dr Brady's book appears to be what is called the 'protein leverage' hypothesis, that changes in the availability of protein can trigger large changes in the behaviour of animals. The author says that people who eat less protein are more likely to have weight problems. Buy from Amazon Somewhere in this...

Read More